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Getting help with your assignment

StudyWISE (online help with your assignments) provides you resources to solve specific assignment-related questions, or build research, reading, writing and other academic skills. Find it in iLearn.

WriteWISE (face-to-face consultations in the Library) is an academic support program in which peer writing leaders provide individual consultations to Macquarie students in a friendly, encouraging environment. WriteWISE Leaders are qualified senior Macquarie students who are trained to help students by sharing the skills and experiences that have made them successful academic writers.  Where & When

Learning skills and writing workshops calendars for 2020:


Academic Integrity Policy @ MQ - To enable a consistent, equitable and transparent approach to Academic Integrity amongst staff and students, MQ has compiled the Academic Integrity Policy.

MQ Library Referencing Guide is a detailed guide on referencing, the styles, and examples of each.

Bibliographic Referencing Software helps you organise and maintain your references.  These softwares also enable you to insert references into your Word documents and automatically create a bibliography.  These programs are free to MQ students and staff.  The two most popular programs at MQ are:



IT support

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Interlibrary loans - Document Supply service

Postgraduate, MRes and HDR candidates are eligible for our Document Supply service. This service helps staff and students locate and request items not held by the library. These can include books, research reports or theses, as well as copies of journal articles, chapters from books or conference papers required for your research and teaching.

Visit the website to place a request.

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